Things to do this month

December 9, 2009 at 7:18 pm Leave a comment

1. Buy Hanukah presents – check!

2. Wrap said Hanukah presents (still need to do this…..procrastination!!)

3. Decorate the house for Hanukah – check!

4. Make shutterfly calendars for Matt, my parents, my in laws, Matt’s grandma, and my aunt – check!

5. Order flowers or some kind of holiday something for Matt’s grandma

6. Make donuts (sufganiyot – israeli donuts for Hanukah) for the boys’ Hanukah celebrations in their classrooms – half way there!

7. Buy dreidels and gelt (chocolate coins) for Hanukah celebrations in the boys’ classrooms – check!

8. Get change to bring in for the dreidel game in the boys’ classrooms – cannot forget to go to bank tomorrow

9. Order brisket and buy potatoes for Hanukah celebration here

10.  Work!!!!!  (wish I didn’t have to do this)

11. Go to the gym (wish I didn’t have to do this either!!)

12. Go into city next Tuesday for my own little birthday celebration!!!! I am very excited about this. They have this awesome craft’s fair in grand central so I will take the train down, shop around, squeeze in a quick lunch with Matt, and get the train back in time to pick up Gabe from school.

13. Celebrate Hanukah -obviously

14. Hopefully go skiing at some point

15. Take Max for his six month blood work (Gabe already did his)

16. Go to nephrologist for check ups on the 22nd.

17. help my in laws celebrate Christmas at their house

18. hopefully ring in a healthy and happy new year!!!!


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